44.2 Tbps of bandwidth was driven out of an existing optical network

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An astonishingly fast network connection bandwidth record was set up by an Australian research team using an existing infrastructure that excellently demonstrates the potential of optical networks.

moreover, optical networks are far from at the limit of their performance. Nothing shows this better than a joint test by two Australian universities, where a new procedure

was created on existing optical cables.

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Scientists used a device called a “micro-thigh” to do this, which was set up under laboratory conditions on a 75 km long network and on a live network in Melbourne, demonstrating that the existing physical infrastructures have enormous additional potential. there is potential, ie the cables that will now be grounded will be able to pump up to thousands of times the current amount of data in the future.

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